Music has power and it does not necessary depend on the type of music genre you are doing but all that matters most is how people can relate to your song. A woman has wowed a lot of people on the social media after she was spotted preparing for labour with Akwaboah's latest song titled 'Obiaa'. According to the video spotted saw the woman who is believed to be in bed waiting for a doctor to work on her dancing to Akwaboah's latest song while on the bed.
Music can be played anywhere whether it is a gospel or a circular music because some of the lyrics in some songs have the power to heal if only you can relate. It is better to make yourself happy always because maybe you be going through certain things but the moment you put a music on you can do away with all that taught. Akwaboah's latest song titled 'Obiaa' has been seen on most platforms where many people are jamming to it and this woman is of no exception.
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In fact this woman has really shown that there is no limitation to any song but what matters most is how you can relate to it regardless. Kindly watch the full video carefully and share with us your view using the comment section below and don't forget to share to other people.
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